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Zippo/Case International Swapmeet, 2006
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Many people went out of their way to make our time there special& a heartfelt thanks goes out to you all.
Particular thanks go to Mike Martin, Kathy Jones, Peggy Errera, Chris Lechner, Pat Grandy & Marty at Zippo, Robin & Dana, The Rosearts, Steve Mahon, Earle & John, Jeff & family, Mike Grimaldi, Jules & family, the Bobbins, Bill, Tom & Marci, Michelle Pohl, Patricia & Marco - each of you in your own special way gave deeply of your hearts, thankyou!
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Out with the big gun ...... Earle showing off his pocket MPL while Bob curls his hair for him (didn't think builders were so multi-talented!) & John
Those Italians ......No shortage of laughs with Antonella & Claudio.
Quattro giorni, Claudio!
With Patricia & Marco - we first met these guys here in New Zealand a few years back & while walking down the Main St of Bradford before the Swap heard someone yelling from the other side of the road & ignored them (feeling anonymous & all that.) They kept on yelling & to our shock it was at us, what a buzz to meet up again so unexpectedly!
A collector-to-be proves you can never be too young to enjoy a good mud puddle - good on you Mr Boo!
Roseart Kelly - & a bonnie lass she is! We were greatly honoured by an invitation to dinner of distinguished guests by the Roseart gang - Ralph, Judy, Mark & Kelly - it was a truly fine feast with great companions & even finer conversations.
Claudio & Antonella recuperating. One of the funniest things we have ever witnessed. 2 of the other guests were Japanese, Mr Masuda & Tatsuya. For some strange reason Tatsuya was reeling off the names of the months in Japanese - this caused Claudio & Antonella extreme bouts of hilarity as each word was very rude in Italian slang from Naples. To make matters worse the Italian words used to share friendship when having a drink are also very rude in Japanese - everyone ended up in gales of laughter.
Mr Masuda, Kelly & Mark
Tatsuya, Kelly & Mark (looking very proud of the traditional Japanese shirt (??) that he was given by Mr Masuda & Tatsuya)
One of a kind  :-
Swapmeets /gatherings:-
2006, USA